Do you believe that all children, no matter where they are, have the right to grow up healthy and happy?
In rural China, 4 out of every 10 children are left behind by parents who leave to work in urban areas. It affects their education, development and future. Together, we can mitigate the negative impact of migration on children and ensure better protection of their rights.
The dream of the four brothers and sisters of Ajiji
The Ajiji family lived in a poor mountain village in Liangshan Prefecture, Sichuan. The four brothers and sisters can only live with their elderly grandfather. Fortunately, they have village child welfare director Hailai Day to help and support them.
The happiest moment for the Ajiji brothers and sisters was when they were playing together with the child welfare director Hailai Ri in the village "Children's Home". With the help of Hailai Day, Ajiji's four brothers and sisters can grow up in a stable and happy environment.
There are still many troubled children like Ajiji in China. They encounter more challenges than most children. Short-term assistance may help them for now, but what they really need is your ongoing support.
We sincerely invite you to join us, we never give up, please continue to contribute!
As a result of war, conflict and natural disasters, more and more children are displaced and are caught in the dangers of severe food shortages, violence, disease, abuse and loss of educational opportunities.
Little Had’s fate has changed
Without enough basic food, Little Had continued to experience diarrhoea and dehydration throughout the year. At the age of three, Harder weighed only 6 kilograms. Had, who suffered from severe malnutrition, gained 11 kilograms after receiving a 7-month nutritional treatment.
There are many children like Had who need your help. Are you willing to continue to send aids for children who need help, including high-nutrient peanut butter, education treasure chests, etc., to help save lives or improve their lives?
With your recurring contribution, we can help alleviate severe malnutrition among children, offer them safe and warm shelters, and secure a place for them to learn. You can change the lives of the most vulnerable children.